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If H-D can get it to $15k, I would be tempted to trade in my Zero. Otherwise, I'd rather keep the Zero and consider a used H-D touring model. I still would like to test ride a LiveWire some day.
 

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It is way to expensive
 

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It is way to expensive
WAY TOO EXPENSIVE. No way the best bean counters and designer/engineers can get that thing down to the level it will require to sell to the average buyer. 50% reduction? Ain't going to happen.
 

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I spent maybe an hour at the local hd dealer last month. Money wise, at 30k,
the live wire was by far not the most expensive ride. I think the most pricy bike was a street glide or something at 42k. They did not have a live wire in stock. There was nothing in the whole freaking place even mentioning electric anything. And really, that’s what I wanted to see.
Thing is, a new Harley is gonna cost u 18 to 42 thousand dollars.
Like u guys, watoo much for this guy.
I can buy a house around here for that.
But, they were unloading an 18 wheeler, chock full of brand new bikes when I was there.
Someone is buying them.
 
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